Pushing Limits

Dancing at the East Bay Center for the Blind and an interview with Naomi Ortiz

Preparing Food at the East Bay Center for the Blind.
Preparing Food at the East Bay Center for the Blind.

Naomi Ortiz talks with Adrienne Lauby about how caring for others affects people with disabilities.  What kinds of questions arise as we offer help?  What trade offs do we make?

Then, we visit the East Bay Center for the Blind in Berkeley to talk to those who enjoy, staff and manage this innovative grassroots community center.

Naomi Ortiz is a writer, poet, and painter living in the US/Mexico Borderlands. She is currently writing a book on self-care for social justice activists.

Naomi Ortiz
Naomi Ortiz

Check out her blog: Self Care for Social Justice: Deep Thinking About Self-Care and Living in Multiple Worlds (Intersectionality)

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